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How Motability Cars Cater for Drivers and Passengers with Disabilities

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This is a sponsored post written by Stoneacre Motor Group. The Motability scheme is relatively unknown to many in Britain, but for more than 600,000 of us, a Motability vehicle is life changing. You probably already see Motability vehicles every day even if you may not realise so and you may certainly know someone who […]

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DMUK Baywatch Campaign

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This is a guest blog written by Heidi Turner on behalf of DMUK for Disabled Living.  DMUK’s Baywatch campaign, which looks into levels of disabled parking abuse at supermarkets, is changing format for 2020. A common problem for many disabled motorists is not being able to park at their desired destination, especially at their local […]

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Accessible Iceland: Chris’ Holiday Blog

Iceland Northern Lights

This blog was written by Chris Cammiss, Disability Trainer and Advisor at Disabled Living. I thought I’d push the envelope a little bit this time, so instead of heading for some late season sun in Lanzarote or the Seychelles I planned a trip to Iceland.  Of course, my expectations were of snow drifts, misty breath, […]

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Best Accessible Days Out in Greater Manchester

aerial view of Manchester City Centre

This is a guest blog for Disabled Living, written by Patricia McCartney. Are you looking to find accessible days out for you and your family? Supportability have got you covered! Whether you’re looking to keep the kids busy over the summer holidays or just want to make the most of the weekend.  This blog post […]

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7 Sports Activities for People with Disabilities

3 men playing wheelchair basketball

This is a guest blog for Disabled Living by Heidi Jones, who outlines 7 sports activities for people with disabilities.  Over the past couple of years, sports accessibility has increased for those with disabilities. Since the first official Paralympic Games in Rome 1960, more avenues have opened up for disabled people to showcase their talents. […]

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How Dance Group AwA (Atypical with Attitude) Break Down Barriers

AwA are ambassadors of the SEND community. Through the power of dance, AwA aims to break down barriers to inclusivity and integration, changing perceptions and stereotypes with the goal to change the way the world looks at disability. Through hard work, discipline, perseverance and dedication, the AwA dance team has improved the lives and opportunities […]

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The Rise of Adaptive and Accessible Skiing

ski resort

This is a guest blog post written by Staysure Travel Insurance. In this blog, they outline how technological advances are helping skiing to become a more accessible sport and what to consider if you want to go skiing with a disability. Skiing alongside snowboarding has been one of the top sport choices for anyone thinking […]

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